Presentation on theme: "Religion and Monarchy Revision"— Presentation transcript:
1 Religion and Monarchy Revision Use this information to revise for test.
2 This picture shows a priest from the Roman Catholic church selling indulgences. An indulgence Is when people buy forgiveness for sin to stay out of Hell or PurgatoryWatch the clip to help you understand this.Cash my sinThis picture was in a book written by Martin Luther
3 What did Luther want to change? To stop the selling of indulgences and relics.To stop using Latin in servicesThe Pope and priests should behave well and not break their vows.Churches should be plain and simplePeople should read the bible for themselvesThe Church must not be so wealthyOthers believed in his ideas and wanted to reform the church.The new church was called Protestant and this period is known as the Reformation.
4 Memory Challenge!What are the main differences between a Roman Catholic and a Protestant Church?
8 Roman Catholic Pope is the head of the church Services in Latin Churches are decorated with statues and stained glass windowsMost important service is the massPriests cannot marryPriests wear bright and ornate robesBible is written in Latin
9 Name the Church! Pope is the head of the church Churches decorated simplyChurches are decorated with statues and stained glass windowsHoly communion replaces MassServices in EnglishMost important service is the massServices in LatinPriests wear bright and ornate robesMonarch is head of the churchBible is in EnglishPriests cannot marryPriests can marryPriests wear plain robesBible is written in Latin
10 What changes did the Tudor Monarchs make? HH Catholic reportHorrible History Tudor songWhat changes did the Tudor Monarchs make?
11 Tudor Religious Changes Henry VIIICatholicEdward VIProtestantMary IRoman CatholicElizabeth IMonarch’sPortraitHead of the ChurchKing replaces Pope as Head of the ChurchKing was Head of the ChurchPope becomes Head of the church againQueen is made Governor of the ChurchChurch ServicesLittle change. Still in Latin(Mass)Services in English(Communion)Services in Latin again (The Mass)PrayersLord’s Prayer in English but most stay in LatinNew Prayer Book with prayers in EnglishNew Prayer Book bannedBibleThe Bible was translated into English and it remained in EnglishPriestsNot allowed to marryPriests could marryPriests and wives had to partPriests could marry again
12 Religious Helter Skelter 1. Henry made himself _____ of the Church.2. Henry authorised the _____ to be published in English.3. Under Henry VIII ______ services remained the same.4. Edward VI ordered ___________ to be torn from churches.5. He also ordered ________ to take place in English.6. Mary changed the official religion back - England became ________ again.7. The ____ became Head of the Church.8. ___________ were persecuted, and many were burnt.9. Elizabeth tried to _____ the religious problems.10. Elizabeth’s settlement ordered services to be carried out in _______.11. But to please Catholics she allowed priests to keep their colourful _____ and madechanges to the prayer book.12.The Elizabethan Settlement was meant to be a ________ and fair solution.Religious Helter SkelterUse the following words to help you:Bible church Protestants solve decorations Catholic services robes just English head PopeN E P O P D T A C R N P D D HS B A R B I A B M Q M S E L FO B S L O E D I F Q Z L C O TC I L O H T A C O S E B O R DS B W T L C E K I L L I R R OL L R Y C V H S D A Z D A O AH E R C N V E Y T V W J T A SE W C D E C N A L A B K I I KD V H K I E G X O K N C O Y PE F U V L N L F Y Y E T N W AB A R D H V I H D J A V S K EA E C W H P S R H J S L U J DS A H V G Y H W F L K H M O TM D A H F I L E I V R Q U A MD W M L U P J W J L N J A I P
13 This picture is from a Protestant book called Foxe’s Book of Martyrs. A martyr is someone who dies for their beliefs.The men being burnt at the stake are Latimer and Ridley who are Protestants.They are being executed on the orders of Mary 1 (also known as Bloody Mary) because she wants England to be a Catholic country. She believes these men are heretics who will go to Hell.This evidence may be biased